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| March/April 1970

  • 450 hp. Corliss engine
    A 450 hp. Corliss engine built by Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company. Cylinder bore 29 inches, stroke 48 inches, flywheel is 18 feet in diameter, 67 rpm. This was a rope drive with 16 grooves in the flywheel for 1 inch manilla rope, two sections of 8
    John Erickson
  • Triple expansion steam engine
    A beautiful triple expansion steam engine from a Chesapeake Bay tugboat was running at the Eastern Shore Threshermen & Collectors Association Show, August, 1969. Courtesy of Denis McCormack, 404 W. Timonium Rd. Timonium, Maryland 21093
    Denis McCormack
  • Switch track
    Courtesy of Elmer R. Wolf, Climax, Michigan 49034 Above pictures of an engine wreck. I think it was on a switch track just west of Battle Creek, Michigan. I am sure the wreck was on the New York R.R. The one hook (R.R. Crane) is of the New York Central Ra
    Elmer R. Wolf
  • Engine wreck
    Courtesy of Elmer R. Wolf, Climax, Michigan 49034 Above pictures of an engine wreck. I think it was on a switch track just west of Battle Creek, Michigan. I am sure the wreck was on the New York R.R. The one hook (R.R. Crane) is of the New York Central Ra
    Elmer R. Wolf
  • Two cylinder reversible steam shovel crowder engine
    Courtesy of Robert Rogers, Antique Acres, Cheraw, S. C. 29520 The two cylinder reversible steam shovel crowder engine on the left and the two cylinder reversible turntable steam engine will be operating Fri-Sat-Sun, April 10-11- 12, 1970 at Antique Acres
    Robert Rogers
  • 4 Hp. Peerless Portable
    This 4 Hp. Peerless Portable is our Sunday afternoon ''Fun Engine''. It supplies steam for about 15 (one or two at time) various stationary engines. One of the upright pipes in the foreground provides air which is used to pressurize the entire line and gi
    Robert Rogers
  • One hp. steam engines
    These little one hp. steam engines will be operating at Antique Acres, Cheraw, S. C. April 10-11-12, 1970. Prior to our purchase, the one on the left powered a washing machine, the one on the right powered a shoe repair shop in Fayetteville, N. C Courtesy
    Robert Rogers
  • 4 Hp. Peerless Portable
    This 4 Hp. Peerless Portable is our Sunday afternoon ''Fun Engine''. It supplies steam for about 15 (one or two at time) various stationary engines. One of the upright pipes in the foreground provides air which is used to pressurize the entire line and gi
    Robert Rogers
  • 12 Hp. Westinghouse upright traction engine
    This 12 Hp. Westinghouse upright traction engine made in 1880 is one of the few remaining that operates. Most others are retired within housed museums. We use this for sawing shingles and general ''Adults at Play'' work. See and help operate it Fri-Sat-Su
    Robert Rogers
  • One hook (R.R. Crane)
    Courtesy of Elmer R. Wolf, Climax, Michigan 49034 Above pictures of an engine wreck. I think it was on a switch track just west of Battle Creek, Michigan. I am sure the wreck was on the New York R.R. The one hook (R.R. Crane) is of the New York Central Ra
    Elmer R. Wolf
  • Engine wreck
    Courtesy of Elmer R. Wolf, Climax, Michigan 49034 Above pictures of an engine wreck. I think it was on a switch track just west of Battle Creek, Michigan. I am sure the wreck was on the New York R.R. The one hook (R.R. Crane) is of the New York Central Ra
    Elmer R. Wolf

  • 450 hp. Corliss engine
  • Triple expansion steam engine
  • Switch track
  • Engine wreck
  • Two cylinder reversible steam shovel crowder engine
  • 4 Hp. Peerless Portable
  • One hp. steam engines
  • 4 Hp. Peerless Portable
  • 12 Hp. Westinghouse upright traction engine
  • One hook (R.R. Crane)
  • Engine wreck

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